Material Safety Data Sheets

(Essentially Similar to OSHA-20)

1917 E. Hemlock Ave

Tampa, FL  33605

1-866-829-6908

I – PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

CHEMICAL LABORATORIES, INC.

MANUFACTURER’S NAME AND ADDRESS

     1917 E. HEMLOCK AVE

     TAMPA, FL  33605

CHEMICAL NAME

     Coil Cleaner

CHEMICAL FORMULA

     PROPRIETARY

TRADE NAME AND SYNONYMS

     H F & H2PO4

CHEMICAL FAMILY

     ACID

CAS REGISTRY NO.

DOT IDENTIFICATION NO.

 

II – HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

MATERIAL OR COMPONENT

     Hydrofluoric Acid

%(wt)

11

PEL (Units)

 

 

 

III = PHYSICAL DATA

BOILING POINT (°F)

    212

SPECIFIC GRAVITY

    

VAPOR PRESSURE (mm Hg)

    

PERCENT, VOLATILE

BY VOLUME (%)     95

VAPOR DENSITY(AIR=1)

    

EVAPORATION RATE

 

SOLUBILITY IN WATER

    100%

APPEARANCE AND ODOR

     CLEAR – Acid      Ph less than 1

 

IV – FIRE AND EXPLOSIVE HAZARD DATA

FLASH POINT (Method used)

     NONE

FLAMMABLE LIMITS                 Lower               Upper

                                                   

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA

      N/A

SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES

     NONE

UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS

     Exposure to heat yield hydrogen fluoride vapors

 

V – REACTIVITY DATA

STABILITY UNSTABLE

 

  CONDITIONS TO AVOID
STABLE

 

X  
INCOMPATIBILITY (Material to avoid)

    BASE METALS

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS

     Contact with most metals liberates hydrogen gas.

HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION MAY OCCUR

 

  CONDITIONS TO AVOID

 

 

WILL NOT OCCUR

 

X  

 

 

VI = HEALTH HAZARD DATA

 

OSHA PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMIT

    

 

 

EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE

 

     INHALATION

          Irritation to respiratory tract.

     SKIN CONTACT / ABSORPTION

          May cause burns

 

     EYES:

         Flush with water and get medical attention

 

EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
     EYES AND SKIN

          Flush with plenty of water and get medical attention.

     INHALATION

          Remove to fresh air and get medical attention.

     INGESTION

          Drink baking soda in water – Call Physician

             

 

VII – SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES

 

STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
     Wear protective equipment – Recover as much as possible and neutralize balance with soda ash.

 

WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD

     According to local ordinances.

 

 

VIII – SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION

 

SPECIFIC PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

     RESPIRATORY

          Supplied air

     EYE

          Face shield

     SKIN

       Protective gloves

     OTHER

          Impervious clothing

VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS

          Normal

 

IX – SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

 

PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING

     Store in acid proof containers and keep closed.

OTHER PRECAUTIONS